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Vintage Car Club makes more donations

FALLBROOK – In August, the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club continued with its tradition of giving back to the community. Donation recipients included the Fallbrook High School PTSA, Fallbrook Rotary Foundation Miss/Teen Fallbrook, Operation Showers of Appreciation Camp Pendleton, and the Fallbrook Music Society.

The FVCC uses proceeds from its annual car show to support local groups and programs such as schools, senior community outreach programs, sports programs, military families, and other worthy local causes that work to keep our community thriving.

FVCC also has a scholarship program for seniors at Fallbrook High which donates funds to selected individuals by semester as they progress to their selected post-high school education.

All donations are made possible by proceeds from the Annual Memorial Day Weekend Car Show, Sunday, of Memorial Day Weekend. To apply for a donation for a Fallbrook nonprofit group go to and submit an application which can be found under "Download a Donation Request."

Membership information, recent member newsletters, pictures and video from the last annual car show, and a calendar of upcoming activities can also be found at their award-winning website. Use the red buttons to select topics.

Members don't have to own a vintage (25 years old) car to be in the club, just have an interest in them along with the social aspects of this very active club with activities and volunteer opportunities for everyone.

They meet the fourth Tuesday evening of every month, check their newsletter for more details,

Submitted by the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club.


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